Career Planning ( I & II ) Wings
Career Planning and Formulation of policies and strategies pertaining to the career planning of Civil Servants of the Federal Government are amongst the core functions of the Establishment Division. This aspect is being looked after by the two Wings of the Division known as Career Planning - I (CP-I) and Career Planning - II (CP-II) wings. Both the Wings CP-I & CP-II facilitate in creation of reasonable opportunities for career advancement in order to retain right type of people in the civil service.
CAREER PLANNING-I WING
The Career Planning Wing-I is headed by Joint Secretary (CP-I), who is assisted by Deputy Secretary (CP-I), Deputy Secretary (CP-V), Director (Personnel Documentation) and five Section Officers. There are other sections which are manned by ex-cadre officers, i-e. two D.D (PD)s, an Assistant Director (PD), Deputy Director (IT), Data Control Officer (DCO), Network/ System Administrator, System Analyst and a Programmer.
- Coordination relating to Promotion Boards for promotion to BS-22, BS-21, BS-20, BS-19 and BS-18 posts of officers of Pakistan Administrative Service (PAS), Police Service of Pakistan, Secretariat Group, Office Management Group, other Occupational Groups / Service and Ex-cadre.
- Examination of the proposals of promotion to BS-19 posts in different Ministries / Divisions.
- Processing / settlement of the promotion and seniority disputes of the officers of PAS cadre.
- Matters relating to Service History Cards, ICP Charts and PERs of officers of APUG & issuance of posting lists etc.
CAREER PLANNING-II WING
The Career Planning -II Wing is headed by Joint Secretary (CP-II), who is assisted by Deputy Secretary (CP-II), Deputy Secretary (CP-III), Deputy Secretary (CP-IV) and seven Section Officers.
Formulation, review and implementation of promotion policy, PER policy and related procedures.
Examination of the representations of officers of Occupational Groups/ Ex-Cadre (other than PAS) against deferments /Supersession for Promotion or loss of seniority.